Lafayette College is a four-year liberal arts college with commitment to the arts. Conducted by Dr. Joy Hirokawa and accompanied by Pat O’Connell, the Lafayette Concert Choir is open to every student who loves to sing, be a part of a team, and wants to make great music. Whether you have lots of choral experience or none at all, this is the chorus for you!  Chamber Singers is a select, auditioned vocal ensemble chosen from the members of Concert Choir and conducted by Dr. Jennifer Kelly. Both of our vocal ensembles are comprised of majors from numerous academic disciplines with varying degrees of choral experience.

“As an Electrical and Computer Engineer, I am focused on classes within my discipline. So for me, having the option to be in a choir is fantastic. It truly embodies the Lafayette ideal of having a well-rounded curriculum, as well as expanding my experiences culturally, singing music from Africa to Japan. I can honestly say that I most look forward to days of the week when I get to sing.”
~ Jacob Hartwig ’13
“Choir isn’t about learning a few pieces for a concert each semester; it’s about learning how to perform, understanding the various texts and backgrounds of the music, combining that with singing skills learned in class, and knowledge of the body as an instrument to gain life-long expertise. We sing, we learn, and we have a ton of fun doing it.”
~ Shannon Moran ’14
“Joining choir has been one of the best decisions I made at Lafayette. I have not only greatly expanded my musicality, but a good portion of my personal development as a leader and a contributor can be credited to the Lafayette Choir as well. As Section Leader, I have valued the communicative aspects of the program, between conductor and students and amongst the students themselves. I am so thankful for the experience.”
~ Daniel Ricken ’12
“If there is one thing I could suggest to anyone attending Lafayette College it would be to join the choir program. Never underestimate the power of the voice.”
~ Justin Bruce ’09